Compare Serie A Odds & Betting Lines

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Use our Serie A betting odds & lines comparison tool to find the best deals available for the games you're interested in. See odds for all soccer leagues here.

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Apr 27 NAP @ ROM

10:00 AM

Napoli

AS

Roma

DRAW

Apr 27 GEN @ CAG

10:00 AM

Genoa

Cagliari

DRAW

Apr 27 LEC @ MNZ

10:00 AM

Lecce

Monza

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Apr 27 SAS @ FIO

10:00 AM

Sassuolo

Fiorentina

DRAW

Apr 27 USS @ FRO

10:00 AM

Salernitana

Frosinone

DRAW

Apr 27 ATT @ EMP

10:00 AM

Atalanta

Empoli

DRAW

Apr 27 BGN @ UDI

10:00 AM

Bologna

Udinese

DRAW

Apr 27 INT @ TOR

10:00 AM

Inter

Milan

Torino

DRAW

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How to Use Our Italian Serie A Odds & Lines Comparison Tool

Use our Serie A odds and lines comparison tool to shop around for the best odds and lines available for spread, total (Over/Under), and moneyline bets at major U.S. sportsbooks for upcoming games.

Odds and lines refresh every minute so you can always find the best deal for the bet you want to make.

Serie A Odds & Line Shopping

If you want to make money sports betting, it's crucial to shop around for the best lines and odds.

For Serie A line shopping, if you're looking to bet a point spread, you'd favor +1.5 over -1.5. With totals (Over/Under bets), a lower number is better for an Over bet, while a higher one is better for Under.

Maybe even more important than shopping for the best lines is finding the best Serie A odds. In short, you want to look for the highest odds available for the team or side you want to bet (whether that's a moneyline, spread, or total bet).

For example, if betting on Inter to win (moneyline), you would be better off getting -130 than -145. Or, if you like Juventus to win, +120 gives a better return than +115.

If this is still confusing, check out our guide to reading betting odds.

Other Notes About our Serie A Odds Comparison Tool

There are are few options our Italian Serie A odds tool has that you can set based on what you're looking for:

  • Bet Type: Click Spead, Moneyline, or Total to see current odds for those types of bets.
  • State: Choose the state you're betting in to see only sportsbooks available there.
  • Leagues: Choose the league you want to see lines and odds for.
  • Sportsbooks: Choose which sportsbooks are included so you only see odds from the ones you use.

Types of Serie A Betting Markets

There are many types of sports bets available for Serie A, such as:

  • 3-Way Moneyline: Simply pick who wins or if it's a draw. Learn more about 3-way moneyline bets here.
  • 2-Way Moneyline: In this case, you choose which team will win, with a tie not being an option. If it ends in a tie, you will get your bet refunded, hence why it's often called “tie no bet” or “draw no bet.”
  • Both Teams to Score: Will both teams score? Yes or no. That's it!
  • Over/Under Goals: Bet if the total goals will go over or under a set number. Learn more about Over/Under betting.
  • Correct Score: Guess the exact score at the end of the match.
  • Double Chance: Pick two possible outcomes (like win or draw) to widen your chances.
  • Draw No Bet: If it's a draw, you get your money back.
  • Asian Handicap: Bet on a team to win with a goal handicap applied. A deeper dive can be found on point spread betting.
  • Parlays: Combine different bets for higher returns. Check out our parlays guide.
  • Futures: Bet on future events like who wins the championship. Learn more about futures.
  • Prop Bets: Wager on individual events within a game, like the first team to score. More on prop bets here.

Serie A Betting FAQs

How do I read Italian Serie A odds?

Odds with a positive number show you how much profit you make on a $100 bet. A negative number? That's how much you need to bet to make $100 profit. For more, visit our how to read betting odds guide.

How are Serie A lines and odds set?
Bookmakers consider team strength, injuries, past performances, and more when setting lines and odds.

Why would I bet on negative odds in soccer?
Negative odds point to the team that's expected to win. While you might win less, your bet is seen as more likely.

What is Asian Handicap in soccer?
Asian Handicap—also called spread betting—levels the playing field by applying a goal disadvantage to the stronger team, making the game more balanced and interesting to bet on.

Which sportsbook is the best for Serie A betting?
The best sportsbook for betting on Serie A varies based on your personal preferences. For example, some sportsbooks may offer the best soccer odds while others may have a more lucrative sign-up bonus. The good thing is that you aren't limited to using just one sportsbook in most states.

Dave Rathmanner

Dave Rathmanner is the Founder & CEO of Odds Assist. After struggling to find helpful sports betting resources and honest reviews when he first started betting, he decided to create the site he always wished he had. Dave has been betting on sports since NJ legalized it in 2018 and regularly analyzes sportsbooks to find the best options for bettors. Aside from creating new content for OA readers, Dave is also passionate about researching betting markets, creating models, and developing profitable betting strategies.